Win Semiconductors

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  • Consolidated revenues at pure-play gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry Win Semiconductors came to NT$3.1 billion (US$100.2 million) in the second quarter of 2015, representing growth...
  • GaAs IC foundries Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC), and GaAs epi-wafer supplier Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) are set to report significant...
  • Win Semi to downsize capital 20%

    Thursday 23 April 2015
    Pure-play gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry Win Semiconductors has announced plans to reduce paid-in capital by NT$1.487 billion (US$48 million), or 20%, to NT$5.947 billion.
  • Pure-play gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry Win Semiconductors expects to report a double-digit sequential increase in second-quarter revenues, with gross margin staying high at the...
  • Win Semi 1Q15 sales rise 3.5%

    Wednesday 8 April 2015
    Pure-play gallium arsenide (GaAs) foundry Win Semiconductors saw its first-quarter revenues increase 3.5% sequentially bucking seasonal trends.
  • Win Semiconductors expects to report flat sequential growth in first-quarter revenues, with gross margin maintained at the levels during the second half of 2014. The GaAs pure-play...
  • GaAs pure-play foundry Win Semiconductors is expected to see its first-quarter revenues increase 50-55% on year, with gross margin also outpacing the 30% posted during the same period...
  • Win Semi 3Q14 profits rise 71%

    Thursday 13 November 2014
    GaAs IC foundry Win Semiconductors saw its net profits increase 71% sequentially in the third quarter of 2014, while consolidated sales grew 24.7%. Strong orders for smartphone power...
  • GaAs IC foundries Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC), and GaAs epi-wafer supplier Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) are expected to see their...
  • GaAs IC foundry house Win Semiconductors saw its net profits sink 36% sequentially to NT$349 million (US$11.79 million) in the third quarter of 2013, while consolidated revenues decreased...
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    Win Semiconductors was named the world's top pure-play gallium arsenide (GaAs) IC foundry in 2009, nine years after the company became the first Asia-based foundry capable of supplying...
  • GaAs IC foundry house Win Semiconductors expects its consolidated revenues to decline 20% sequentially in the third quarter of 2013, as a slowdown in sales of high-end smartphones...
  • Win Semiconductors saw its June sales increase 6.2% while fellow company Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company's (AWSC) revenues declined 35.3% from a year ago.
  • An increasing number of China-based fabless companies specializing in smartphone power amplifiers (PA) has drawn the attention of GaAs IC foundries, such as Win Semiconductors, which...
  • Win+Semi+chairman+Dennis+Chen
    Gallium arsenide (GaAs) wafer foundry Win Semiconductors' 2013 consolidated revenues are set to peak in the fourth quarter, buoyed by a ramp-up of orders from the smartphone sector,...
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    Gallium arsenide (GaAs) wafer foundry Win Semiconductors expects to post double-digit revenue growth in 2013 thanks to its complete product portfolio and broader client base.
  • GaAs device foundry Win Semiconductors has seen demand for smartphone-use power amplifiers (PA) strengthen, and expects the pull-in of orders to buoy its sales performance in 2013.
  • Growth in the fourth quarter of 2012 pulled GaAs device revenues to a slight gain for 2012, according to Strategy Analytics. It also presents the revenue performance of leading GaAs...
  • Demand for multimode multiband (MMMB) power amplifiers (PA) used in handsets has risen since 2012, generating concerns that the integrated multiband solutions can erode the conventional...
  • GaAs IC foundries Win Semiconductors and Advanced Wireless Semiconductor (AWSC) have both reported decreased revenues for February, while upstream epi-wafer supplier Visual Photonics...
  • GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors and epi-wafer supplier Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) are expected to enjoy on-quarter sales growth through the third quarter of 2013, driven...
  • Win Semi, VPEC December sales rise

    Monday 7 January 2013
    GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors and Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC), a supplier of GaAs epi-wafers, have both reported sequential growth in sales for December 2012.
  • GaAs foundry Win Semiconductors has reported flat sequential growth in consolidated revenues for October 2012, while revenues at Advanced Wireless Semiconductor (AWSC) registered...
  • GaAs foundries Advanced Wireless Semiconductor Company (AWSC) and Win Semiconductors, and GaAs wafer supplier Visual Photonics Epitaxy Company (VPEC) are expected to see their sales...
  • Taiwan-based GaAs foundry WIN Semiconductors had consolidated revenues of NT$901 million (US$30.4 million) growing on month by 7.15%, while fellow makers Advanced Wireless Semiconductor...
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